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House Approves Measure to Arm and Train Syrian Rebels

Anti-ISIS language split both parties, spurring a sharp debate.

Al Gore: Climate Skepticism Will Haunt Republicans in 2016

Al Gore says Republicans seeking the White House in 2016 are in a bind on climate change.

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Even amid these historic boom times, America's energy industry faces a serious challenge. Forecasts show that as much as 40 percent of its workforce will be retiring or leaving...

One Story That Shows Why the Ebola Outbreak Is So Hard to Control

Money and personnel are not enough—aid workers are battling fear and misunderstanding.

VA Watchdog Denies It Watered Down Phoenix Report

The department's inspector general pushed back against lawmakers who are questioning final report.

The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

Republicans Are Worried About ISIS Fighters Coming Through Mexico. The White House Wants Them to Stop.

With eyes on the midterms, some Republicans are unlikely to listen.

Nancy Pelosi Says NFL Player Under Investigation for Domestic Abuse Should Be Benched

The House minority leader weighs in on the multiple scandals engulfing the NFL.

Amid Climate Change, Trees Are Growing Faster

Growth has accelerated 70 percent in some European varieties since the 1960s. 

Podesta: Obama to Tout Global Warming 'Resilience' at U.N. Climate Summit

A top White House adviser said President Obama will use next week's United Nations climate summit in New York City to push initiatives aimed at helping nations bolster their de...

What's the Worst That Could Happen if Scotland Leaves the U.K.?

If Scotland votes for independence this week, there are a number of doomsday scenarios that could come to pass. But there's room for optimism yet.

What McDonald’s Tells Us About Russia’s Relationship With the West

Russia has shut down several of the fast-food chain's restaurants, bringing the yellow arches into the sanctions war.

Yelp Settles Federal Charges for Collecting Data on Kids

The FTC says the company collected children's information without parental consent.

Report: China Hacked Defense Contractors 20 Times in One Year

Transportation Command was aware of only 10 percent of the cyber intrusions prior to a Senate investigation.

Believe It Or Not, 2014’s Political Ads Have Been More Negative Than Ever

Winning elections is a ruthless business.

For a Senate Wave, Republicans Need to Halt Dems' Momentum in Swing States

If the GOP only wins on friendly turf, they could retake the majority—but without a mandate.

Republicans Will Need to Sweep to Hold Onto Senate Majority in 2016

Democrats could easily win the Senate back if Republicans only net the bare minimum seats necessary to retake the majority.

Lawmakers Agonize Over Their First War Vote

For newer members, Syria will be their first time weighing military action.

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House Approves Measure to Arm and Train Syrian Rebels

Anti-ISIS language split both parties, spurring a sharp debate.

Al Gore: Climate Skepticism Will Haunt Republicans in 2016

Al Gore says Republicans seeking the White House in 2016 are in a bind on climate change.

Sponsor Content

Training Americans Today for the Energy Jobs of Tomorrow

Even amid these historic boom times, America's energy industry faces a serious challenge. Forecasts show that as much as 40 percent of its workforce will be retiring or leaving...

One Story That Shows Why the Ebola Outbreak Is So Hard to Control

Money and personnel are not enough—aid workers are battling fear and misunderstanding.

VA Watchdog Denies It Watered Down Phoenix Report

The department's inspector general pushed back against lawmakers who are questioning final report.

The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

Republicans Are Worried About ISIS Fighters Coming Through Mexico. The White House Wants Them to Stop.

With eyes on the midterms, some Republicans are unlikely to listen.

Nancy Pelosi Says NFL Player Under Investigation for Domestic Abuse Should Be Benched

The House minority leader weighs in on the multiple scandals engulfing the NFL.

Amid Climate Change, Trees Are Growing Faster

Growth has accelerated 70 percent in some European varieties since the 1960s. 

Podesta: Obama to Tout Global Warming 'Resilience' at U.N. Climate Summit

A top White House adviser said President Obama will use next week's United Nations climate summit in New York City to push initiatives aimed at helping nations bolster their de...

What's the Worst That Could Happen if Scotland Leaves the U.K.?

If Scotland votes for independence this week, there are a number of doomsday scenarios that could come to pass. But there's room for optimism yet.

What McDonald’s Tells Us About Russia’s Relationship With the West

Russia has shut down several of the fast-food chain's restaurants, bringing the yellow arches into the sanctions war.

Yelp Settles Federal Charges for Collecting Data on Kids

The FTC says the company collected children's information without parental consent.

Report: China Hacked Defense Contractors 20 Times in One Year

Transportation Command was aware of only 10 percent of the cyber intrusions prior to a Senate investigation.

Believe It Or Not, 2014’s Political Ads Have Been More Negative Than Ever

Winning elections is a ruthless business.

For a Senate Wave, Republicans Need to Halt Dems' Momentum in Swing States

If the GOP only wins on friendly turf, they could retake the majority—but without a mandate.

Republicans Will Need to Sweep to Hold Onto Senate Majority in 2016

Democrats could easily win the Senate back if Republicans only net the bare minimum seats necessary to retake the majority.

Lawmakers Agonize Over Their First War Vote

For newer members, Syria will be their first time weighing military action.

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